High-Pressure Coolant Systems Tailored to Differing Environments

Four high-pressure coolant systems from CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies are engineered for the production and economic requirements of differing manufacturing environments.

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Four high-pressure coolant systems from CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies are engineered for the production and economic requirements of differing manufacturing environments.

The HPC-400 is ideal for lathe and vertical mill applications. The system’s 8-gpm gear pump for water-based coolant is adjustable from 75 to 427 psi, and an onboard transfer pump is standard.

The HPC-1000 system offers versatility in applications on horizontal and vertical milling machines as well as lathes, and can be used in conjunction with other manufacturing equipment. The system’s 8-gpm, 7.5-hp gear pump system for oil- and water-based coolant is adjustable from 75 to 1,000 psi. An on-board transfer pump, 37-gal. reservoir tank and four port outlets are standard.

The HPC-1500 coolant system achieves higher flow rates needed for tools with large coolant orifices. The system’s 8-gpm, 7.5-hp gear pump handles oil- and water-based coolant and is adjustable from 75 psi to 1,500 psi. The unit features an on-board transfer pump, 37-gallon reservoir tank and 4 port outlets.

The HPC-2000 works only with oil-based coolant and is ideal for Swiss-type lathe applications. The system’s 6-gpm, 10-hp gear pump is adjustable from 75 to 2,000 psi, and the unit features an onboard transfer pump, 37-gallon reservoir tank, eight port outlets and an oil chiller.

The company can also build custom systems tailored to specific production needs, including ones with 2,500 psi and higher with multiple preset pressures.

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